Eat Here, See That: New AAA Top Destinations Guides Help Travelers Map Out Fun
Interactive travel guides in free AAA Mobile app for iPad highlight AAA experts' recommendations on offerings too good to miss
ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- It's now easier than ever for AAA members to plan memorable travel experiences and activities, thanks to AAA's new Top Destinations digital travel guides. Available via a recent update to the iPad version of the free AAA Mobile App, the guides give travelers a fast, fun way to plan their visits to popular destinations.
"These informative, interactive guides provide valuable time- and vacation-saving insight from AAA's travel experts," said Bill Wood, executive editor and vice president, AAA Publishing and Travel Information. "Our editors are seasoned travelers who spend their days immersed in travel information, so they're in a perfect position to steer members to the best experiences and away from potential pitfalls. The guides also make the most of AAA's mapping expertise, allowing users to switch back and forth from pages to map views."
Top Destinations guides are available for several popular U.S. cities including Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City, Orlando, San Diego and Tampa, with more titles underway. The guides are loaded with enlargeable photos, colorful maps, insider details and listings for places to stay, dine and play. Users can save their favorites to a 'trunk' for later reference and itinerary planning, and they can share ideas through social media.
Travelers can learn about AAA's Top Destinations travel guides at AAA.com/mobile and download it from the iTunes Store. Everyone who downloads the free app to their iPad or iPad mini can access sample sections of the Top Destinations guides, and those who complete a one-time AAA member registration can access the full versions.
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